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Inward Opening Windows

Inward Opening Windows, often also Known as Tilt and Turn, are a Design Popular in Central and Southern European Countries such as Germany, France and Spain.

While Inward Opening Windows Typically Deliver Less Thermal Insulation than Outward Opening Windows our Range was Developed Specifically for the Harsh Climates in Scandinavian Countries. Our Inward Opening Windows therefore Have Excellent Energy Efficiency and give Outstanding Protection Against the Elements.

Benefits of Inward Opening Windows

The Benefits of Using Inwardly Opening Windows Include Ease of Access for Cleaning Purposes, and a Large Clear Opening Making them Suitable for use as a Fire Escape. Our Open Inwards Windows allow the use of External Features Including Shutters, Fly Screens and Balustrades.

From an Aesthetic Point of View, Inward Opening Windows can Lend a Much Cleaner Appearance to the Exterior of a Property as the Opening Sash can be Hidden Behind the Vertical and Horizontal Frame Sections.

For Those Looking for a Window that Delivers Exceptional Energy Efficiency, Our Range of Inward Opening Windows Include those Certified as a Passive House Compliant Component.

Inward Opening Windows Range

Direct Line Timber supply a Range of Inward Opening Windows in Both Double and Triple Glazed Options. The Open Inward Design uses Gaskets and Insulated Glazing to Ensure Air Tightness and Excellent Energy Efficiency.

At Direct Line Timber our Product Range Includes Windows with a Variety of Opening Mechanisms Including Tilt and Turn, Tilt Only, Turn Only, Fixed Light and Shaped Frame Styles. Additional Options Across the Entire Range Include Improved Sound Insulation, Sun Protection Coatings, Fire Rated Windows, Safety Glass, and Increased Security to PAS24 Standard where Required.

The Range of Inward Opening Windows Is Characterised by Carefully Chosen Timber, Skilled Craftsmanship and the use of Tested Hardware to Ensure the Windows Durability and Life Span. All Products Come with a 5-Year Manufacturer’s Warranty.

PassivHaus Standard

The Passive House institute in Germany has Developed the Only internationally Recognised, Performance-Based Energy Standard in Construction. Passive Houses Have a Near Zero Energy Rating and Require Very Little Energy For Heating Or Cooling Purposes.

To Meet the Requirements of PassivHaus Certification, Windows Have to be Manufactured with Exceptionally High R-Values (Low U-Values, Typically 0.85 to 0.70 W/(M²·K) for the Entire Window Including the Frame).

For Those Looking For a Window that Delivers Exceptional Energy Efficiency, Our Range of Alu-Clad Windows include those Certified as a Passive House Compliant Component.

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